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Doctoral Seminar as Entrepreneurship as Making

27 – 31 May 2013   print this page

Course directors:

Slavica Singer, University of Osijek, Croatia
Saras Sarasvathy, Darden School, University of Virginia, India


Course description:

Background for DREAM

Entrepreneurship research is a relatively young discipline that has until recently been focused on the recognition and discovery of opportunities. As it grows up and engages in a more serious conversation with the history of ideas, an additional exciting agenda might consist in researching entrepreneurship not only as finding but also as ‘making’ new opportunities, firms, markets and institutions. Intellectual inspiration for this agenda comes from works such as Herbert Simon’s Sciences of the Artificial, Nelson Goodman’s Ways of Worldmaking, and James Buchanan and Victor Vanberg’s Market as a Creative Process.

To whom it is intended

those interested in a doctorate in the field of entrepreneurship – 5 ECTS will be granted for completing the seminar’s requirements

members of the academic community (professors, assistants, postgraduate students)

those interested in new knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship

More information you can find at

http://www.ices-study.org/News/Pages/DREAMDoctoralRetreat2012.aspx


Course lecturers:

Rob Wiltbank, Willamette University, United States
Saras Sarasvathy, Darden School, University of Virginia, India
Stuart Read, IMD business school, Switzerland